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Special AdvertisementsdOMLMEßOlAL AND FANCY STATIONERY, 1 : n The Undersigned has opened up a NEW -ASSORTMENT of the above. Cream, Blue, and Hand - made Notepapers; Ruled, Plain, .Fancy, and Repp ditto. Good Business Envelopes, No. 7, Court, Albert, Queen, Tinted, Repp, and others. Pens Gllott’s, Mitchell’s, Brandauer and.Co.’s Inks—Stephen’s Blue Black, Walkden’s Black and Colored, Antonine, Copying, &c. Workboxes, Albums, Books, &c. , ii. m. Jones, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS ,3 DEPOT, East Street and Baking Squab®, 710 The best value FOB READY HONEY * ’ ' IS THE MEN’S 1 AND BOYS’ CLOTHING MANUFACTURED BY '% THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory, “ Which can be purchased at their Retail .Branches, all over New Zealand. .A SINGLE GARMENT AT THE -n; ; WHOLESALE PRICE. - ■■ ‘ ‘Thousands of the discerning customers testify that the New Zealand Clothing 'Factory's Garments are the Very Best Widtle for Reddy Money. , ■ Ashburton Branch ; EA S T STRE ET . WM. SPARROW, 751* Manager. O, ,Carstens & Co. ' (Late Weston’s), -;:i i Prospect buildings, TOBACCONIST/ FANCY GOODS, Z * AND STATIONERY. CO7 s, G.B.D. Pipes i l Twist, and. Vanity Fair t r Musical Instruments, etq., etc. HMrcutlihg, ■ Shaving - and Shainpooing. ,-EAST- STREET, ASHBURTON 520* W published every .evening, giving every day’® news, jKto.wiet hoilr of going ,lo press. Thisis : better than buying a ‘sixpenny 1 Veefcly. !

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 259, 3 February 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 259, 3 February 1881

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